Thank you for your generous donation of $1000 in support of refugee women.
And Thank you for the gift basket.
Hyundai staff present from Left to Right:
Jamil, Matthews, Joyce, Zein (Refugee Women's Network), Myles, Vanna, Dragana.
To empower refugee and new immigrant women with tools and resources to enhance and develop their skills through education to successfully integrate into Canadian society while still maintaining respective cultural values.
To help refugee and new immigrant women become a vibrant part of Canada’s economic and social development growth.
Our role at Refugee Women’s Network is to help women through their settlement by providing sustainable skills to enable them to support their families, to advocate for their children and to support aging family members. These are challenges Canadian woman face. We will help assess their language abilities, provide language programs, prepare them for formal education, provide financial support for training and development, and help them become become part of the Canadian fabric as self sufficient contributors culturally, socially, economically and developmentally.
Your support will help us ensure refugee and new immigrant women receive opportunities to upgrade their educational skills which will enable them to find employment and become contributing members of their families.
Refugee Women's Network is by supported by a committed, dedicated, group of volunteers serving on the Board of Directors.
Their role is to ensure our programs are aligned with our mission and vision of the organization.
We focus our programs on three specific areas to ensure our clients find resettling in their new community seamless and supportive. They include,
Women Helping Women
Education and Training & Development
12,970 were women over the age of 18 have resettled in Ontario in the last 3 years
More than 50% do not have any education and cannot speak English
$100 sends 1 woman to the Learning Lab for 1 year.
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